Storage of Compounds in a Low Oxygen/Hypoxic Environment:
5 Reasons to Use our Nitrogen Compound Storage Library in your Laboratory
Would You Like to Store Valuable Specimens, Moisture Sensitive Substances or Chemical Compound Libraries in Low Oxygen or Hypoxic Conditions?
Read on to learn more about the Controlled Environment Storage Systems we Offer that House 96-Well and 384-Well Microplates or 96-Tube Storage Formats.
1. User Compatibility: State-of-the-art electronics ensure maximum safety and ease of operation
2. High Capacity: (1680) 96 Well Plates or (840) 384 Deep Well Plates
• 6 Individual Compartments of 14 Trays with 20 Plate Capacity
3. Efficiency: Each compartment has an automatic fill and purge system in each compartment – this reduces the amount of gas used and provides security to the user
4. Ease of Operation: Touch Screen MMI Display offers step-by-step process during operation
5. Safety: Audible and Visual Alarms automatically shut down the N2 feed if the compartments exceed required specifications
• Compartments Separately Controlled, Independently Purged – Minimizes Exposure of Samples to Room Air during Retrieval
• Operator Protection – Alarm System and Nitrogen Inlet Isolation Solenoid
• Automatic Nitrogen Purge when Doors are Closed
• Vertical Hinged Doors – Excellent Loading Access
• Low Running Costs – Seal Integrity of Doors Reduces Nitrogen Gas Consumption while Maintaining Controlled Atmosphere.
• O2 Control 0.5% – 5%
• MMI Display for O2 Readings; MMI/PLC Electronic Control System – Displays Cabinet Status and Controls Nitrogen Purge
• 6 Separate Compartments with 7 or 14 Shelves
• Exhaust Fan Vents Purged Nitrogen Gas [Option for CO2 – 5%]
• Refrigeration Option [to -20°C]
For More Information on our Nitrogen Compound Storage Libraries, contact us at email@example.com.
Information Provided By: Stephen Pratt and Laurence Devereux of Bigneat, Ltd.